I love this expression coined by the writer, Anne Lamott.
I’ve just finished rereading her book, Help Thanks Wow, I keep by my bed to remind me to stay lit from within.
You don’t have to be religious nor devout in any way to have faith in what, at present, looks like a shaky future.
Even looked at scientifically meaning, leaving all the apostolic bells and whistles behind, the world, with our help, tends to heal itself.
The smallpox vaccine was the first vaccine in 1796 to be developed for a contagious disease. Imagine that. But here’s where we can find comfort. If this was possible 224 years ago, how could we not think a vaccine for our present epidemic isn’t about to burst from the wings?
Here’s my tip.
Stop believing every little sound bite, media blurb, Dems versus Reps slur you read and hear, and pray instead.
And if that feels a little too new agey, read up on the history of previous life threatening outbreaks we no longer have to worry about: Cholera, Diphtheria, Influenza, Polio, Tetanus, Typhoid…14 in all.
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